Tobias Carroll, Volume 1 Brooklyn founder, talked to some of us about weird stuff at Lit Hub.
This came out a while ago, but just unearthed my contributor copies which look pretty sexy. Great cover art work by Ashlyn Fenton, and works by Tantra Bensko, RAchell Kendall, Nancy Collins, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Deb Hoag, Janis Butler Holm, Nikki Guerlain, and Peg Wheeler, among so many others. My story, “Going Down” is there, …
This review dropped today. Unending thanks to Weird Fiction Review, a publication I’ve been following forever, and Seb Doubinsky (Goodbye Babylon, and most recently, White City) a writer I’ve been reading forever. That picture is out the window of the Surfliner between San Diego and LA, the ride that got it all started.
Thrilled to have been asked to contribute a story to States of Terror II—inspiring company like Stephen Graham Jones, Karen Joy Fowler, Bradley Sands, Zach Wentz and a bunch of others I don’t yet know about. Coming out in June, I think.
Gabino Iglesias, writer, interviewer, reviewer, world-record breaking reader, hit me up over at Entropy Magazine with some Big Questions.
Still some places left, but it sold out last time, so jump in while you can. Can’t wait to meet the whole class, read everyone’s work, and get into some writing.
Exciting to have a new story in this called “Going Down,” along with some fine company like Nancy Collins, Nicki Guerlain and a bunch of others. Thanks again to editor Deb Hoag and the reckless folk at Doghorn Press.
Another illustration from Der Orchareengarten by the great Alfred Kubin, who wrote the surrealist novel, The Other Side (Die Andere Seite) in 1908, which he also illustrated (below) adapting some of the drawings he’d prepared for Gustav Meyrink’s Der Golem when Meyrink hit a snag. Kind of like when the money for the Halo movie …
Alan Baxter goes one on one with Margo Lanagan about brain vomit, gargoyle sex and the art of the warrior writer. In addition to buying Alan’s book, I caught up with a bunch of people, and met Margo Lanagan for the first time. “Singing My Sister Down” is possibly one of the great stories of …
I’ve been digging on this kid for a while, Vol.1 Brooklyn, so very chuffed to be excerpted here. You can lose a couple of hours here, definitely, like this interview with D. Foy, and anything by Jen Vafidis.